June will be a big month for Apple releases. Starting June is the World Developers ConferenceWhere Apple always reveals another major modification of its operating systems for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Watch. Apple occasionally reveals new hardware in the WWDC, and we think that could be some great big news for MacBook fans.
Here are all the hardware, software, and service releases that we know are going to be released in June, we have them Think The start will be based on recent rumors and leaks.
New new products
In recent months, Apple has released its new 2-inch iMac, IPad Pro, An updated Apple TV 4K, and Airtag. And there’s new stuff that’s coming. Of course, we know the company won’t unveil a new iPhone or another Apple Watch until the fall, so what’s left? More Macs! Apple Silicon, which replaces all Intel-based Macs in Apple’s two-year plan, means a much faster release schedule.
1-inch and 1-inch MacBook Pro
Apple introduced the Apple Silicon transition by replacing the Mac Mini, MacBook Air, and 1-inch MacBook Pro with the new M1 system-on-chip, the Intel chip. A few months later, it introduced the new 2-inch iMac inside the M1. Unlike the first M1 products it features a brand new design.
Rumor has it that Apple has redesigned its next Apple Silicon Max, like the iMac. Of New MacBook Pro It is said to come in both 1-inch and 1-inch models, and shows a new chip that is more powerful than the M1. The chip can be called M1X and features 10 CPU cores (2 high efficiency and high performance) and 1 or or graph2 graphics cores, with a maximum of 64 GB of RAM.
Expect a few other design tacks – we hear that the bezels around the display are slimmer, the touch bar is gone, the edges are more square, and there will be four Thunderbolt / USB p ports and also a return of Magsaf charging. Apple may also join Mini LED display As it does with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
High-end Mac Mini
Last fall, the less expensive MacBook Pro received an M1 chip upgrade but the high-end models remained the same with Intel processors; And split its line between the Mac Mini New M1 model And high-end Intel in a similar way. And just as those high-end MacBook Pro systems are about to be replaced by something with the Beefer Apple processor, so too will the high-end Intel Mac Minis.
WWDC is where Apple unveils a new version of its operating system due to release in the fall. But there is an immediate beta version released for developers, a few weeks after the public beta. Developer and public beta testing continues until the fall, when newer versions of iOS, iPados, MacOS, TVOS, and Wachos are usually released (usually around September).
IOS 1 and iPados 1 15
We’re all excited about the new iPhone hardware, but it’s the new version of iOS that really has a huge impact on a billion lives. The new iOS release is always full of surprises, but Rumors suggest A new lock screen, changes to notifications, hypnotic privacy features, and a smart smart series. On the iPad, Apple is said to be the solution for placing widgets anywhere on the home screen. We’ll probably see some new leaks about iOS 1 as WWDC approaches.
Now that the big cats have been named after the release of MacOS, Apple has begun naming them based on California locations. We don’t know what the next version of MacOS is known for, but we do know that it will be MacOS 12 – MacOS 11.0 numbers are already used in patches. macOS Big Sur.
Where iOS goes, so does TVOS. What’s left to do with TVOS? We can probably expect better game features, if Apple wants to make Apple Arcade a real thing in the living room. Good integration with HomeKit devices will be good, and we can probably expect an expansion of Apple Fitness.
The Apple Watch OS goes hand in hand with iOS; The hardware is attached to your iPhone and new features are often transferred to another. Apple is all-in-one to make the Apple Watch a health and fitness device, so you can definitely expect more features in those areas. We still hope for a good sleep tracker.
Apple Music Lossless, Hi-Res Lossless, and Spatial Audio
With iOS and TVOS 1.6..6, and MacOS 11..4, Apple added much needed support. New Apple Music audio formats: Lossless, high-race lossless, and local audio with Dolby Atoms.
Features aren’t really available yet, though. You may have updated your devices, but you won’t see options in the new format or settings in Apple Music unless Apple flips the switch. Apple says that happens in June, but the exact release date is not given.
Lisey Story: This is an eight-episode miniseries adaptation of Stephen King Novel of the same name, And Stephen King himself will write each episode. Premieres June 4.
Home Before Darkness (Season 2): In season two, when a mysterious explosion hit a local farm, reporter Hilde Lisco begins an investigation that prompts him to fight a powerful and influential corporation. In the balance of his family’s health and Erie Harbor. Premieres on June 11.
Physical: A half hour drama / comedy series set in the beach community of Southern California in the 1980s. It’s about a tortured woman who finds a way to find strength in the world of aerobics. Premieres on June 1 18.
Watch the soundtrack with Mark Ronson: A six-part documentary series that follows DJ and producer Mark Ronson as he “finds untold stories behind the making of music and producers and creators of length are keen to find the right sound.” June 1 18 is coming.
Central Park (Season 2): The second season of this animated musical comedy about a family living in Central Park begins streaming on June 2.
Fathom: A documentary film in which two scientists engage in parallel research on opposite sides of the world, trying to better understand humpback whale culture and communication. Streaming June 25.
Apple releases new games at Apple Arcade on Friday, but no Everyone Friday is marked by a new game or important update. Check us out Apple Arcade FAQ For a full list of Apple arcade games and more details on the service. Most games are released without any predictions, but you’ll often see a couple of projects in the upcoming needle section.
Apple Arcade is really cool behind it Big content drop in early April. These three games are in the “Coming Soon” section! Maybe Apple is saving big announcements for WWDC?
Frenzic: Overtime: An updated re-release of the classic 200 iPhone iPhone arcade puzzle game.
Leo’s Fate +: The classic iPhone platform app comes to Apple Arcade.
Kingdom Rush Legends: The fifth game in the Kingdom Rush franchise, this entry takes the tower defense formula and turns it into more of a strategic hex-based combat RPG.
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